School of Engineering

Embedded Computing Security (ECS) Lab at SF State Receives 50K in Gifts from Intel


Fatemeh Tehranipoor

April 20, 2018 - Intel Corporation gifted 50K in equipment to Dr. Fatemeh Tehranipoor, Assistant Professor of School of Engineering and the Director of Embedded Computing Security (ECS) Labat San Francisco State University. Through this gift, the School of Engineering received several top-tier field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) that will enable the next generation of cutting edge research on Machine Learning in Hardware-Enabled Security at the college. Professor Tehranipoor stated that this gift allows undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to work with high performance computing FPGAs that can process algorithms more quickly to accelerate insights and make greater contributions to research at the intersection ofmachine learning and security.Research and teaching with this new equipment allows SFSU students and faculties togain significant computational speed for real time systems and applications. This new collaboration between the ECS Lab and Intel programmable solutions group (PSG) offers the University an exciting partnership with potential for further shared research activities in the future.

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